From the moment Quentin Tarantino introduced Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in 2019, he has been blamed for a ruthless depiction of combative techniques and the cinematic symbol Bruce Lee.
Bruce Lee’s girl Shannon Lee opened up about Quentin Tarantino’s new comments regarding her father in a meeting with Joe Rogan.
From the moment Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was unveiled in 2019, it has been blamed for a harsh depiction of hand-to-hand fighting and the Bruce Lee symbol of cinema. In the film, the pompous Lee puts Brad Pitt’s Cliff Booth to the test in a friendly best-of-three battle. While Cliff is crushed in the first round, it’s anything but a trick, and the next time around he continues to use Lee’s move against him to throw him into the side of a vehicle.
Tarantino had said bluntly in Rogan’s digital broadcast as he progressed through the novelization of the film: “I can understand your little girl disapproving of you. In any case, some other individual? Go suck some shit. “On the off chance that Cliff fought Bruce Lee in a fighting skills competition at Madison Square Garden, he wouldn’t have a chance. In any case, as an incredible who has killed men before in a desert, he would kill Bruce Lee. “
Shannon said in an evaluation article distributed in The Hollywood Reporter: “As you definitely know, the portrayal of Bruce Lee in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by Mr. Tarantino, as I would like to think, was out of place and certainly superfluous. (Please, we shouldn’t blame artist Mike Moh. He did what he could with what he was given.) And while I am grateful that Mr. Tarantino has so generously acknowledged Joe Rogan that I can have my feelings on his description of my father.